This course takes a deep dive into the nature of luck from a Huna perspective. We learn here to take charge of and responsibility for our luck. There are many elements to luck and we will work with the most important ones. With lots of exercises and time for personal questions, we will help you design your own formula for greater luck, good fortune, and success!
We start out looking at various ideas about what luck is and particularly what it is from a shamanic point of view. Luck is a very personal experience and we want to first get to know our own relationship to Luck.
The single greatest influence on our luck is probably the beliefs we hold around how lucky we think we are, how much we deserve good luck, and how we think things come into our lives. When our beliefs limit our good fortune, no amount of favorable circumstances will do us any good.
There’s more to luck than chance. When we tap into our inner being, we can take advantage of hunches and other forms of intuition and inspiration. The art of listening to how we are being guided is a key element to becoming luckier.
In general, we get what we focus on. Paying attention to what we’re paying attention to pays off. When we can stay focused on success, we get there much more easily than when we worry. When we focus on abundance, that’s what we experience more of.
Being lucky is a way of thinking and a way of being. More than harnessing the wild vagaries of nature, it is about how we order our lives. To be lucky is to feel that “luckiness” in our bones. And that starts with thinking in terms of being lucky.
Gratitude and the related appreciation are powerful elements that go into being lucky. They help guide the experiences we have around luck. Expectation is tool that needs to be used carefully, but when properly employed it can shape events in our favor.
When we pull all the elements of luck together, we can produce a very potent fusion of energies that we can tap into at any time. If Harry Potter can have his Felix felicis, we can have our own version of Liquid Luck. We’ll brew some up here.
This course consists of 7 hour-and-a-half classes held weekly on Mondays. We will start this course on April 8, 2024 at 8 am, HST.
Pete Dalton has been an senior teacher of Huna International since 2011. He lives in Birmingham, England and is a great person anyway.
Stewart Blackburn has been a senior teacher of Huna International since 2006. He lives on the Big Island of Hawaii.
The cost of this course is $250 for the 7 classes. To register go to: https://www.urbanhuna.org/event/the-huna-adventurers-guide-to-luck-good-fortune-and-success/